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Chart No. 15

[See Book 3, Chart 15]

Figure 1 shows a contact on the sacral apex with the middle finger of the right hand, in an upward direction, for an inferiorly based sacrum with an anterior base. The left middle finger is placed on the posterior-superior spine of the ilium [PSIS], holding it in its place while the impulses from the right-hand finger gently move the sacral apex superiorly and slightly posterior. This gives the base a superior impulse, with an anterior release from the innominate [hip], by co-ordinating the impulses. This is gentle preparatory correction for bad cases of this trouble with much pain. Please see chart No. 29 in book II for muscular Polarity reflex release.

Figure 2 portrays the impulse and contact directed as a POLARITY BALANCE with the foramen magnum and the atlas [C1], in that area. The lower contact is the same as that shown in figure 1. The upper contact is held still while the impulses are gently directed upward, toward the head by the lower contact. This is a relaxing and balancing treatment of superior and inferior fields by POLARITY THERAPY.


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